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Oleksander Mykolayovych Rzhavsky (Ukrainian: Олександр Миколайович Ржавський; born January 30, 1959) was a candidate in the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election, nominated by the "United Family" Party, of which he is the head. Presidential candidate in 1999, when he won 0.37% of the votes, and finished in 9th place. He was vice-chair of the board of Montazhspetsbank in 1996-97, and president of Koral Bank in 1997-98. In his program, he promised to establish order in Ukraine, using the methods of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Russia & Eurasia facts & figures annual. Academic International Press. 2000. p. 406.
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